The Indianapolis Colts attempted one of the worst botched trick plays one may ever see in a football game. With 1:14 left in the third quarter and facing fourth-and-3 from their own 37-yard line, the Colts lined up in their punt formation, then shifted all but the snapper and the "quarterback" -- wide receiver Griff Whalen and safety Colt Anderson, respectively -- to the right. The Patriots were not fooled by the ruse, and easily tackled Anderson after he took the snap behind a one-man offensive line. Clearly, things didn't go as expected. Head coach Chuck Pagano was seen mouthing "Why'd you snap that?" as Anderson and Whalen walked back to the sideline. But though he seemingly put the blame on the players during the game, he took full responsibility afterwards. The idea, Pagano said, was to force the Patriots to over correct to the Colts' shift and commit a penalty in the process. In practice, the Patriots did not do what the Colts expected, and the Colts panicked